Monday, April 30, 2012

Favourite Photo Monday

This beautiful plant was destroyed the other day by hail storm. It was only just planted that day and I left it outside. But last Friday night we had such bad hail storm, that there's nothing to be proud of any more. Almost all the leaves are ruined and the flowers don't look pretty either, at least I took few photos before it all happened, so I can show you one of my favourite for this week.




and now your turn for your photos

How to participate in FAVOURITE PHOTO MONDAY photo challenge:

1. post your favourite photo of the week, it can be a photo that you took recently or one that you took not so recently
2. you can submit a photo that is straight of the camera or you can edit it, it’s up to you
3. create a post on your site with the favourite photo, please add Favourite Photo Monday button/ link (copy it from my site) so anyone else can participate
4. submit your link to link party- please link your Favourite Photo Monday post not your main blog link, it’ll be easier for everybody to find your related post
5. try to visit as many other members and leave comments, we all love them










 blueberry craft and hobby time

7 comments:

Kristy LifenReflection said...

lovely shade of purple, I hope that was all the damage you had from the storm

Roxanne Reinhart said...

OMG!!! My flowers were torn up Saturday night by hail. I live in the States in Kentucky and you live in Ireland. Kinda weird we had hail storms within a day of each other. I was a teeny bit scared during our storm - a lot of times hail preceeds a tornado.

Karin M. said...

Such beautiful flower in a wonderful color.
Best regards, Karin

Leah H. said...

Sad to hear that:( Good thing you had the remembrance of your beautiful plant:)

Mine is up:

http://www.harpsterschronicle.com/2012/04/kindergarten-here-i-come.html

Cottage and Broome said...

So sad your plant was pounded by the hail! Hopefully it will made a comeback. Thanks for hosting again this week, Laura

Leovi said...

I like the texture with these beautiful petals and leaves of soft colors, very pretty and bright, poetic.

Ann said...

Such a beautiful plant. Hopefully it will recover and come back strong next season.

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